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1937 Ford Deluxe
Custom 2-Door Coupe

Model Year History Overview:

In 1937 Ford adopted all-steel construction for its closed bodies discarding the fabric roof insert of the past. Evidence of streamlining was ample in the handsome new styling.  Headlamps were now incorporated into the front fenders, the grille was stretched and sloped backwards at the top, and fine horizontal bars decorated the front end and hood sides.  The result was one of the best looking cars of the decade; even President Franklin Roosevelt bought a convertible sedan to use at his Warm Springs, Georgia retreat.  In a year of questionable styling throughout the industry, Ford was a standout.
Total 1937 Ford Car Production:  641,228
Total 1937 Ford 5-Window Coupe Production:  26,783

Stock Number: C –66

1937 Ford Deluxe
Custom 2-Door Coupe

VIN Number: 3559338
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Assembly Plant: Michigan
Exterior Color: Black
Convertible Top: N/A
Interior Trim: Beige Cloth
Engine:  350 CID Chevrolet OHV V-8 / 300 Horsepower / 4-Barrel Carburetor
Offenhauser Polished Aluminum Intake Manifold & Cylinder Heads
Bore/Stroke:  4.00’ X 3.48”

Transmission:  3 Speed Manual Floor Shift


  • Air Conditioner
  • Banjo Steering Wheel
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Dual Outside Chrome Mirrors
  • Grille Guard
  • Bumper Guards
  • Wheel Trim Rings
  • 6.00X16 “Ford Script” Wide Whitewall Tires 
  • Wheelbase:  112.0 inches
    Weight:  2,506 LBS
Stock Number: C 66
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